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This week in Android: Our CES 2019 Awards!
This week was all about CES and appropriately most of our top stories from this week came from that event. We gave out our Best of CES Awards, awarded the best audio devices, and even rounded up the best smartwatches and wearables. We saw expansion of Google Assistant in both hardware and software, too.
Outside of the trade show, we got news of Samsung’s latest flagship coming earlier than we expected. February 20 is the official date of Samsung Unpacked when we expect to see the Galaxy S10, and maybe even a folding phone! Speaking of Samsung, the iPhone turned 12 this week, and we compared it to our Best of Android 2018 winner, the Note 9, to see how far we’ve come.
Here are your top stories for the week
We scoured the show floor to find the very best that CES had to offer. Come check out what impressed us!
Samsung’s next flagship phone is coming sooner than we all thought and we have the details here!
You want wearables? CES has all the wearables! We found the best ones for you.
Our sister site, SoundGuys, found the best audio products on the show floor for your inner audiophile.
Google wants the Assistant built into more devices, and now it’s easier than ever for more products to tie into that ecosystem.
But, if you don’t want to wait for that, you can have a Google Assistant powered alarm clock from Lenovo.
Want a smartphone that you couldn’t break if you tried? Cat has some good news for you.
Since the iPhone turned 12 this week, we thought it would be interesting to look back and see how smartphones have evolved since that time.
While at CES, we had a chat with OnePlus about the past, present and future of the company. You don’t even need an invitation to read it!
The Nubia Red Magic Mars is a sharp looking gaming phone for under $400, which is pretty awesome if you ask us.
Who wants to win a OnePlus 6T?
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